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    Difference between "to" and "for"

    Hi,

    What is the difference between using to+ noun and for + noun
    and can you please give me some examples.

    Thank you~

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    Re: Difference between "to" and "for"

    Quote Originally Posted by gypsy.lia View Post
    Hi,

    What is the difference between using to+ noun and for + noun
    and can you please give me some examples.

    Thank you~
    Well, for example, 'I'm going to bed.' 'I'm going for coffee.'
    Do you have any specific situations in mind?

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